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Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell: Conviction GAME Exclusive Collectors Edition PC £26.99 @ GAME
Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell: Conviction GAME Exclusive Collectors Edition PC £26.99 @ GAME

Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell: Conviction GAME Exclusive Collectors Edition PC £26.99 @ GAME

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Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell: Conviction GAME Exclusive Collector's Edition contains:

* An exclusive Sam Fisher statue
* Tom Clancys Splinter Cell Conviction game in unique SteelBook case
* Infiltration Mode : Eliminate all hostiles in the mission area without being detected
* A special playable skin: Shadow Armor
* Early access to 3 weapons: SC300, SR2 and MP5
* The official Splinter Cell Conviction Soundtrack (more than 17 tracks)

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Original Poster SuperEd

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Lol, how do you download this???

Just so you know my local had the 360 version instore @ £29.99 the other day.

This game has a horrible DRM scheme. So while I don't recommend buying the game I do see that this is a good deal because it's come down in price.

As stated above - best to avoid until Ubi do something about their DRM - it's nice to see the price of their ames tumbling. Just shows that a lot of people are avoiding this which is a good thing - heaven forbid ubi deem it a sucess and other studios follow.

This DRM business sounds like a reason to avoid PC gaming if you want to be able to sell on the game once finished with and see it perhaps recycled across several subsequent owners. For once, the simplicity of console ownership is in my favour.

I really want to play this, but my internet is rubbish.

I fail to see how DRM like this is a good idea - they've lost a sale from me, and I'm sure from countless others - many of whom I'm sure will actually be forced into be downloading through other means if they want to play. Ironically, you don't get the issues with an illegally downloaded version, so why are they stuffing the genuine buyers? Shame my internet is too slow to download the 'correct' version...

I want to vote hot for the price, but I just can't, so haven't voted.

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This DRM business sounds like a reason to avoid PC gaming if you want to … This DRM business sounds like a reason to avoid PC gaming if you want to be able to sell on the game once finished with and see it perhaps recycled across several subsequent owners. For once, the simplicity of console ownership is in my favour.



Not really - EA have their project $10, and Ubi are following suit - so if you uy a second hnd game you will need to pay a further $10 to get all of teh content thus devaluing the price of a second hand game - this will hit on the trade in value too.

I wouldn;t mind, but all of their games with this DRm have been cracked - so it could be argued that the pirates have a better quality experience by not buying a legit copy.

When people buying a legit copy have a worse experience than the pirates DRM has gone too far.
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